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   retirement farewell tour, a's presented him with a $10,002 check, that is his jersey number. now, the a's start, now, hello. derek noris, a 3-run shot in the first. going in the 2nd. that is backedda away and gone. 3 run shot. leading 6-0. craig, boom! knocked it with the bases loaded. brought home another run. remaining in the game. now, donaldson, a 0-33 club. found it for a hit. the a's beat the yankees, 10-5. they host texas tomorrow. currently up 4 games in the west. >> are you saying teach team is up there with one of the one you played in the early part of the century? >> we are in june, what is this early part of the century? >> i mean some of the a's teams
   can make this case against her and be credible. >> that's why we'll have debates. >>> senator tim inhofe used a finish prop to make his point on global warming claiming it was a hoax this week. here he is. >> i ask the chair. you know what this is? it's a snowball. and that is from just outside here. very unseasonable. here, mr. president, catch this. not going to use that to get into a climate change debate. i'm going to use it because the house and senate floor sometimes gets some fun moments. considering what happened we
   that number on you,would you? >> a local businessman is trying to make shoppers feel safer on the streets of oakland's chinatown. the c-e-o of chinatown's metropolitan bank, henry kiang has hired a private security guard to walk the beat 8 hours a day, 7 days a week. although the crime in chinatown is mostly petty theft, oakland's overall crime problem has created a sense of fear that kepts customers way. so kiang says it is his way to thank the community for supporting the bank for 30 years >> in hopes of making shoppers feel safer on the streets of oakland's chinatown. a local businessman is bringing in private security.
   that number on you,would you? >> a local businessman is trying to make shoppers feel safer on the streets of oakland's chinatown. the c-e-o of chinatown's metropolitan bank, henry kiang has hired a private security guard to walk the beat 8 hours a day, 7 days a week. although the crime in chinatown is mostly petty theft, oakland's overall crime problem has created a sense of fear that kepts customers way. so kiang says it is his way to thank the community for supporting the bank for 30 years >> in hopes of making shoppers feel safer on the streets of oakland's chinatown. a local businessman is bringing in private security. >> police are hoping to might be connected to a shooting at a campbell nightclub over the weekend. this surveillance video from "the spot" night club shows someone walking behind the man in a cowboy hat. then you see another man
   pod story. >>> before the daily grind they alter their mind. according to a new report 1 in 10 americans, which is more like 50%, have shown up high to work. and more than 80% say they buy their weed illegally. sounds like it is another time for another trip -- i'm high. welcome to pot corner sponsored by payless shoes. the fish are plenty for fans of 420. singles who smoke are turning to marijuana friendly dating sites to avoid what they call frequent rejection elsewhere for their puffing pa time -- past time. my 420 made.com and greg is my drug of choice. all of this raises the question, where is bee? where is bee?
   >> nothing like that. >> reporter: thousands of tourists in town for spring break where the cherry blossoms seemed to take them in strive. >> did you see anything? >> no. in there for 5 minutes. >> you disappointed? >> a little. >> reporter: we want to show people the tourists are out here and the local businesses love this because while the tourists can't get into the museums they're not going anywhere. this is national cherry blossom week and also spring break. this is a big deal to the city local economy. coming up at 6:00 we'll take you to northeast washington and the campus. we were there covering an all together different story when the power went out. >> looking forward to that. >> they won't forget this at all. >> the pictures of the power outages from our area are really
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   waterfront development made no decision. residents voiced their concern. a decision should come when the board meets january 15. richard branson is now tackling the cruise business announcing they formed virgin cruises with the backing of mitt former company building two world class cruise ship with the first sailing not starting for two years. it is the first major new entrant into the cruise business since disney which course, is owned by abc7. >> people would consider themselves makers have is special republican to go to the library in marin with the city library now offering public access to two 3-d printers. make an announcement and bring in your design on a grab drive.
   about the drought's impact, take a look at these pictures. this was folsom reservoir in 2011, and this is what the reservoir looks like after three years of drought. this is like oroville in 2011, and this is what the lake looked like last year. and this is what the snowpack looks like in 2013. and this is what it looks like just a year later. state officials say the sierra snowpack is near record lows and any late season rainfall won't have much of an impact. in the central valley farmers are watching their crops wither and ranchers are selling off cattle to pay for hay to feed their remaining cows. >> i've got to sell more cattle so i can buy more hay. >> so the herd gets smaller and smaller. >> and i'm getting poorer and poorer. >> farmers who are able to are drilling wells pumping water from reservoirs deep underground to save their crops. but the water levels in those reservoirs, known as aquifers,
   kind of crazy. i was going to july yard studying acting and i would do street performing mime in front of the metropolitan museum and the scariest people of the world with the ladies of madison avenue when you imitate them you would -- they would go get away from me, this is before botox, with their faces. even the animals. get away. performing was a get out and do it. it was that release for me. >> rose: but you, did you find instant response? >> oh, yeah. it was comedy, i think because you have to. there is very little stand-up tragedy. >> yes, yes, but -- >> it took awhile. i started off because i was also trained in the theatre, i could go off mike which was my style. so a lot of times people need the mook and be kind of -- and i would be like all ov the place. that was my attack style. an i would go for it and it seemed to be working right off the bat. >> rose: but did the training out of july yard help. >> big time. it allowed me to do two jews walk into a bar. it could happen.
   nothing was open, so this is what happened. he climbs in through a mcdonald's drive-thru window, breaks the window. climbs in. does he go for the cash register? doesn't go for the money. he goes for the freezer. he's rummaging through, that's a bag of hamburger patties he grabs out. you can't have a hamburger without fries so he makes himself some fries. >> he made fries? >> and now he's over at the condiments, getting some ketchup. off camera he ends up eating all of this at the mcdonald's. police called him the hamburgler, went to the local tv stations, put the tape on local news. he saw himself on local news and ended up turning himself in. the best part of this is he pled not guilty in court and his reason was that he was intoxicated at the time. that was his not guilty plea. >> okay, next this run away school bus. sounds pretty scary. >> it is scary. it's important to note there were no children on this bus at the time. i don't know why you would steal a school bus but this man wanted
   to make your day bunches better. >>> back now with a segment we're calli ining busted. nbc's jeff rossen is here with more. jeff, good morning. you can't make this kind of stuff up. and i can't believe what people are caught doing on camera. >> the best part of the segment happened just before we went on the air when you started singing bad boys. the cops theme song. these are caught on tape moments. we watch it all the time and i think the message here is video cameras are always rolling and don't get busted, because if you do something wrong, you probably will. >> before we start, i'm not in any of these videos. let's get to the first one. someone stealing from the elderly? >> yeah. >> come on. >> this poor 80-year-old woman from florida, we actually have a picture of her for you, drew ackerman, she actually doesn't look 80 years old, but she is. so she just had hip surgery, she was recovering and her doctor cave her prescription
   cave her prescription painrelievers, but those pills kept going missing. you see she's holding a little web cam in her hand. she set that up inside of her house to see exactly what was going on. and this is what she saw. roll that surveillance tape. that's one of her neighbors. that's her neighbor who comes in the house, walks over, grabs the pill bottle, starts counting out pills in her hand, watch what she does next, though, after she has the pills. she wipes her fingerprints with her shirt. now, the 80-year-old -- >> that's crazy. >> was the door locked? >> she just walked in. they're friendly, they're neighbors, so they have open access down in florida and she was very trusting. the 80-year-old woman turned her in, gave over the tape. this is the neighbor, arrested. by the way she pled guilty to petty theft. busted on camera. >> that's crazy. >> by an elderly woman. >> up next, mcdonald's break-in. we know that there's a hamburgler, used to be. >> this is the real hamburgler, one hungry thief. this guy was apparently driving around late at night. he was hungry. nothing was open, so this is
   like allstate. >>> finally tonight, you might remember our person of the week, ed stafford. that man attempts to hike the entire length of the amazon river. everyone told me it was impossible, eld said, and i wanted to prove them wrong. today, he did. here is bill weir. >> reporter: if you think your summer vacation has been too steamy, too stingy, trust me, you've got nothing on this guy. ed stafford has spent the last 2 1/2 years machete-whacking and snake-dodging, partly for rain forest awareness, mostly to be the first. >> it's very easy to go into the jungle for two days, and great fun. for a week, it's a bit more of an ordeal. for two years, it's ridiculous. >> reporter: of the 4,000 plus miles, his feet have been wet for 1,000. he's worn out three pairs of boots, four pairs of crocs and two pairs of rubber wellies. after his original partner quit, a friendly peruvian named cho
   a friendly peruvian named cho offered to join him for a few days and he never left. and together, they survived anaconda and piranha, foot rot and dysentery, cocaine smugglers and hostile tribes. >> it was five dugout canoes, full of amerindians, half of them with bows and arrows drawn. half of them with shotguns. and all the women had machetes and they were absolutely livid. >> reporter: but when we joined him, we realized it is the monotony that tests you most. clothes that never dry, mosquitoes that never quit. >> ow, ow. >> reporter: and a stifling humidity that makes a hammock feel like a coffin. >> that was fun. >> reporter: but while the jungle never relents, neither did ed. and after a dip in his finish line, the atlantic ocean, he's rehydrating with a little bubbly. >> everyone told me i was crazy when i was doing this. i'm here now and, yeah, anyone can achieve what they want to
   i served on the intelligence committee for over a decade and i want to deliver a warning this afternoon. when the american people find out how their government has secretly interpreted the pa patt act, they are going to be stunned and they are going to be angry. they're going to ask senators, "did you know what this law actually permits?" "why didn't you know before you voted on it?" the fact is, anyone can read the plain text of the patriot act,
   i have proven it once again. and he isn't our only friend. >> that's as close as you have ever gotten, lara. >> wait until you hear this. >> more? >> this. >> all right, all right, all right. >> that's einstein. the parrot from texas. who has taken to parroting his fellow texas friend, matthew mcconaughey. >> now, when you can get a dog
   >> poor skimbles. >> he wasn't close. sadly. >>> and the winner for the 2014 "pop news" of the year elmo. elmo the sausage thief. >> i feel like we're rewarding bad behavior. >> you're right. >> the others could use a little encouragement. >> maybe a sausage on a window sill. >> should have been given it to the cat. i feel bad. that's "pop today. >> can't wait for 2015 and all you have in store for us. >>> and coming up next on the holiday heat index, what 2015 has in terms of pop culture. joining us with the hottest trends from fashion to tv to music, we have our good friends,
   zero heartburn. >>> my favorite story of the morning. >> this is your shout of the morning. we all know the famous line from "dazed and confused." >> all right, all right, all right. how you doing? >> i love that movie. >> now you can meet einstein, the parrot. this could be the best matthew mcconaughey impression ever. >> all right, all right, all right. all right, all right. all right, all right. >> his owner says she started mimicking mcconaughey after watching him accept the oscar for "dallas buyers club." like matthew mcconaughey, almost never wears a shirt. >> the parrot's so chill. that's what i like about matthew. so laid back. water off a duck's back. a parrot's back. >> we all love him after he accepted that award. it was an oscar, right, for
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   you guys. there is -- >> is this here for a reason many? >> there is a parrot -- this is important. there is a parrot who can do an impersonation of matthew mcconaughey. so we're going to close our eyes and the phrase that he does is that phrase, all right, all right, all right. so the african parrot is named einstein. >> play the first clip. >> all right, all right, all right. >> okay. >> all right, all right, all right.
   favorite star of 2014. now the contenders a couple of real talkers. there was this guy. and i mean real talkers seriously. >> what? what? >> what? >> no. >> what? >> he wants to knowwhat? there was also einstein. who was channelling matthew mcconaughey. >> all right, all right. >> one more time. >> all right, all right. >> all right, all right, there you go. and then there was elmo, the canine thief. the dog. >> this was good. >> who -- instead of sharing. >> he has no problem doing this. >> oh! >> we love you so much elmo. >> and finally the cat. i couldn't let it go. one more time. >> skimlbles! you can do it! go! >> poor skimbles. >> he wasn't close.
   encounter with a shark. >> that's a hammerhead you're looking at that. >> all that -- >> coming inches away from being crushed. he comes out of this unscathed. >> check out the einstein parrot
   and maxx life! >>> so it is the ultimate rags-to-riches story with two stars on the rise. this is disney's live action remake of the 1950 animated classic "cinderella" and we are thrilled to be joined by the two leads, lily james who plays lady rose on "downton abbey" and richard madden who starred as robb stark on "game of thrones." very different role here, though. take a look. >> where do you live? >> at the palace. my father's teaching me his trade. >> you're an apprentice? >> of a sort. >> that's very fine. do they treat you well? >> oh, better than i deserve most likely. and you? >> they treat me as well as they're able. >> oh, look at that gorgeous shot. well done, lily, in the control room and now lily and richard,
   monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. >>> right now, former delaware county congressman joe sestak is formally announcing he'll run for the u.s. senate in 2016. the 63-year-old retired navy vice admiral hopes to unseat pat toomey. toomey nairrrowly beat sestak in 2010.
   i'm going to go in and produce a product line. so i had no idea that i was going to end up brick and mor r mortar. so now i have a skin clinic instead of a product line. >> i moved to harlem last year and six days later, i saw this beautiful corner, i'm like, we need to make coffee shop here. >> i sat down with jack at square client manny pena's cafe to talk some more about small business and what he's learned from the entrepreneurs he's met during his tour. you are in the heart of innovation, right? i mean you are very much the heart of innovation yourself. you started to -- two of these companies that have changed the way people do things. do you feel that same kind of excitement, that same innovation as you're going around the country talking to small business owners? >> absolutely. i mean there's an electricity in the air and it's one of the reasons we chose harlem for this event. is because you can feel it. innovation is, you know, one of those big abstract words that becomes meaningless because we tend to use it so much. but, but what it means is, you
   that's so important. what's happening? >> this is a great event. here we're at the string theory schools where kids learn on computers only here in philadelphia basically, the organization called "yes we code" has teamed up with my brother's keeper to do what's called a hack-a-thon. they bring kids together from particularly low-income areas and teach them how to code. last night, about 60 kids pitched ideas for their own apps. they had to explain in one minute or less what their app was about. and 12 teams were picked to develop and sort of help the kids learn how to put into the practice the ideas they had. last night, the mayor of philadelphia was one of the many people who are fans of the initiative who came down. let's listen to what mayor nutter had to say. >> these young people are doing
   for the future. astro colors were flying high and mighty before. there are no gatherings to celebrate like last week. and when castro went wild same-sex marriages. waits like any typical neighborhood today. never theless, the lifting of the stay was on everyone's minds here in the city's gay mecca. >> this for myself this, is going allow me to have the option to get married whoever it will be. a few touristic husband. >> most of those thoes did not mind that the rule wog take affect next week. >> having to wait a little while longer is not such a big deal when you consider how long it took to get where we are today. >> they're seem to be a consensus in interview that's appeals court will agree with the judge. >> very a feeling that the 9th circuit will let it prevail. we have one of the more liberal district courts in the
   for the future. astro colors were flying high and mighty before. there are no gatherings to celebrate like last week. and when castro went wild same-sex marriages. waits like any typical neighborhood today. never theless, the lifting of the stay was on everyone's minds here in the city's gay mecca. >> this for myself this, is going allow me to have the option to get married whoever it will be. a few touristic husband. >> most of those thoes did not mind that the rule wog take affect next week. >> having to wait a little while longer is not such a big deal when you consider how long it took to get where we are today. >> they're seem to be a consensus in interview that's appeals court will agree with the judge. >> very a feeling that the 9th circuit will let it prevail. we have one of the more liberal district courts in the